PARTNERSHIPS

Partnerships

We are involved in a number of partnerships, advocating and innovating in order to improve housing for all LGBT+ people.

National LGB&T Partnership

The National LGB&T Partnership was established in early 2010, in order reduce health inequalities and challenge homophobia, biphobia and transphobia within public services as part of the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Health and Wellbeing Alliance.

As of January 2017, the Partnership combines the expertise of eleven key LGB&T organisations across England and is led by LGBT Foundation. For more information, please visit the National LGB&T Partnership and the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Health and Wellbeing Alliance.

STAR

STAR – Sustaining Tenancies Accommodation & Resettlement – is funded by London Councils, and will be delivered in partnership with Shelter, St Mungo’s, Thamesreach and Stonewall Housing. STAR is a four-year project aimed at preventing homelessness across London.

Shelter will deliver housing advice and support over the phone and in hubs across London to prevent evictions. St Mungo’s will be using their expertise to access housing in the private rented sector. And Stonewall Housing are providing specialist advice and accommodation for LGBT+ people affected by homelessness. For more information, please visit Shelter.

Domestic Abuse Partnership

The London LGBT Domestic Abuse Partnership (DAP) is a way for LGBT+ victims/survivors of domestic abuse to get the maximum amount of help with a minimum amount of hassle. The DAP is open to any LGBT+ person experiencing domestic violence who is living or working in London.

For more information, please visit DAP.

London Youth Gateway

The London Youth Gateway offers support to young people from every London borough who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

LGBT Jigsaw is one of the partner organisations.

Find out more about London Youth Gateway.

Other partnership initiatives

We work with St Mungo’s to deliver two new supported housing projects for LGBT+ people over the age of 25. One is for trans people specifically.

Bob Green, our CEO, sits on the Equality Board of the Homes England.

We also attend many conferences and events and contribute to consultation exercises.